The brakhah, blessing or benediction, is the chief form of prayer in Jewish worship. The New Testament provides numerous examples of the use of this form of prayer by Jesus and the apostles.
Virtually no one skates through life trouble-free. Surprises, sorrow, setbacks, stress, strife, struggle — no one is exempt! One of the countless advantages for the Christian in times of turmoil is having specific promises, given by God Himself, for specific problems — promises that come to pass every time! Fact is, there is not even … Read more Struggles and Scripture
David’s prayer recognizes the unchangeableness of God. He is the same God today as the One who delivered Israel from Egypt, who delivered David from Saul, who delivered Daniel from the den of lions, and who delivers us from sin and death. And, like David, all we need do is call upon His name.
Blessing and praying for others is one of the great privileges of life. It is truly the most profound gift we can give to those we love and care for.
Trials and adversity will sometimes knock us down but they should always drive us to our knees. Every challenge we face can be overcome when we call upon the name of the Lord.